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eBook Chain Letter epub

by Doug Dworkin,Lucille Lang Day

eBook Chain Letter epub
  • ISBN: 1597140112
  • Author: Doug Dworkin,Lucille Lang Day
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heyday Books (October 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ePUB size: 1703 kb
  • FB2 size 1675 kb
  • Formats lit mbr azw mbr


Chain Letter, by Lucille Lang Day, is a book for children ages 6 to 96. Delightfully illustrated by Doug Dworkin, the book takes readers on the humorous adventures of an imaginary chain letter.

Chain Letter, by Lucille Lang Day, is a book for children ages 6 to 96.

A charming and wacky exploration of what can happen when a chain letter pops. Lucille Lang Day's delightful children's book uses exaggeration and absurdity to demonstrate to beginning readers (and pre-readers) the silliness of chain letters' claims. At the same time, the author takes young readers on an imaginative trip all over the world that echoes the possibilities of such a letter's travel in a child's mind. Slyly witty illustrations by Doug Dworkin interpret When I was a kid, I passed through a stage where I was fascinated by (and utterly taken in by) chain letters.

Chain Letter, written by Lucille Lang Day and illustrated by Doug Dworkin, is the fun story of a chain letter and its impact on the people and animals who receive its instructions

Chain Letter, written by Lucille Lang Day and illustrated by Doug Dworkin, is the fun story of a chain letter and its impact on the people and animals who receive its instructions An original and popular addition to any school or community library picture book collection, Chain Letter is very highly recommended - especially for all young readers who might one day encounter one of these seemingly endless chain letters. An imaginary chain letter arrives in a bottle on the waves.

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Lucille Lang Day (born December 5, 1947) is an American poet, writer, and science and health educator. She is best known as a poet and writer for her award-winning memoir, Married at Fourteen: A True Story, for her integration of science imagery and concepts into poetry and for advocating use of poetry as a tool in environmental activism.

by Lucille Lang Day & illustrated by Doug Dworkin . The text is the chain letter itself, which informs readers that if they send out 10,000 copies within 24 hours of receipt, they will receive good luck within four days. Examples of such good luck include a stretch limo and a free elephant. Poor Oakley Funk ignored the letter, was bitten by a rattlesnake in the toilet and died. Pedestrian cartoons accompany the text, depicting the actions and events described but rarely extending it.

The Longest Day is a book by Cornelius Ryan published in 1959, telling the story of D-Day, the first day of the World War II invasion of Normandy. It includes details of Operation Deadstick, the coup de main operation by gliderborne troops to capture both Pegasus Bridge and Horsa Bridge before the main assault on the Normandy beaches.

Personal Name: Dworkin, Doug, 1968- il. Letter writing Juvenile poetry Letters Children's poetry, American.

Personal Name: Dworkin, Doug, 1968- ill. Rubrics: Letter writing Juvenile poetry Letters Children's poetry, American. by Doug Hill & Jeff Weingrad. Beech Tree Books, (c)1986. Author: Weingrad, Jeff.

Lucille Lang Day is the author of eight poetry collections and chapbooks .

Lucille Lang Day is the author of eight poetry collections and chapbooks, including The Curvature of Blue (Cervena Barva, 2009) and The Book of Answers (Finishing Line, 2006). She has also published a children's book, Chain Letter (Heyday, 2005), and her poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction have appeared widely in magazines and anthologies. She is the founder and director of a small press, Scarlet Tanager Books, and also served for 17 years as the director of the Hall of Health, a museum in Berkeley.

A charming and wacky exploration of what can happen when a chain letter pops ino your mailbox.
Comments: (2)
Goldendragon
When I was a kid, I passed through a stage where I was fascinated by (and utterly taken in by) chain letters. Lucille Lang Day's delightful children's book uses exaggeration and absurdity to demonstrate to beginning readers (and pre-readers) the silliness of chain letters' claims.

At the same time, the author takes young readers on an imaginative trip all over the world that echoes the possibilities of such a letter's travel in a child's mind. Slyly witty illustrations by Doug Dworkin interpret and add to the text with great skill.

The book bids adieu like a letter with "Remember me always," a wish one can imagine the author sending into the future for her grandchildren, and a play on another sign-off ("With love....") Highly recommended. I'll be giving it to my favorite little one for Christmas.
Rigiot
my child loves it. the artist is very talented! can't wait for more books!
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